Originally Posted by laxrunner
See, now this is exactly why I hate the fact that the different mobo manufacturers couldn't just play nice and name their voltages consistently. On my EVGA board, it's the CPU VTT voltage rather than QPI voltage that needs to stay within 0.5V of dram. For me, CPU VTT voltage corresponds to the uncore/NB voltage and QPI is another voltage for the on chip memory controller (I think). Its sorta moot point for me as I generally keep VTT and QPI voltages pretty close to each other, but still the inconsistent nomenclature is annoying as hell.
I 2nd and 3rd that sentiment. I have had so many problems trying to explain QPI/Dram is not vdimm for Asus users.... I'm thankful DFI tends to keep things simplistically named, if it's not the Intel naming convention then it's a description of what it effects. Thank you Oscar Wu!!!!!